Simplifying cementation and bonding

May-June 2017 Vol. 34, No. 03

As new ceramics are introduced, the cementation process continues to adapt and evolve. There are a number of new resin cements on the market, some of which combine existing materials for convenience and simplified procedures, and some that have entirely new chemistry; however, we have yet to see a true universal cement for all indications. Do we really need a universal cement? This is a frequent question asked at my lectures. My answer is always the same - do you have one type of glue in your home? The focus of this issue is to provide you with a brief overview of the properties, classifications, and advantages of various resin and conventional cements as well as describe what makes universal bonding agents “unique.”

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